It's that time of year that we've started our search for our fall interns! A fall internship at MediaSource can be a perfect way to balance classes and an amazing, hands-on professional experience....trust me, I've been there and interning at MediaSource was one of the best decisions I've ever made. We are currently looking for a Content Intern and a Media Relations Intern for the 2014 fall semester. Check out the descriptions below and see if they apply to you. If so, please send your resumes to email@example.com.
Why Should a Young Professional Choose MS?
Specifically from a MediaSource internship, an intern will gain:
- Opportunity to work with a national award-winning brand journalism team
- Hands-on opportunities with upper-level tasks
- Small office environment allows intern to develop professional relationships and contacts with MediaSource employees
- Experience full work days
- Potential future employment
Interested? Check out our available positions:
Media Relations Intern
Generally: A unique opportunity for undergraduate students to expand their knowledge in the PR field from the MediaSource award-winning work with brand journalism. A media relations internship requires bulk hours and a hardworking attitude when it comes to completing tasks.
Task work: The media relations intern will assist the full media relations team. Duties include helping gain television and online coverage for news releases. Generating fresh ideas for possible media pitches. Participating in internal team meeting. Researching projects, news releases and fact sheets. Assisting in development of our proprietary TV media database with custom media lists, editorial calendars and media results reports. Participation in distribution of multimedia tapes. Postings to social media sites and blog writing. Support role of booking media appearances for television and radio locally and nationally. A combination of creative outreach, media research and administrative and office support.
Content Production Intern
Generally: A unique opportunity for undergraduate students to expand their knowledge in the content/production/journalism field from the MediaSource award-winning work with brand journalism. A content internship requires bulk hours and a hardworking attitude when it comes to completing tasks. A small office environment that allows the intern to interact with all departments.
Task work: The content intern will assist the full content team and is responsible for supporting the project teams by performing a variety of support duties as they relate to multimedia content. Project can include and are not limited to production assistant for multimedia productions, making media duplications for media, multimedia story brainstorming, content strategy, sit-in/observation in edits with content team, support for digital media delivery and distribution, transcribing interview/shoot footage, tracking media relations coverage, research for multimedia, news releases and general content production.
MediaSource is a media relations and content production firm that specializes in brand journalism tactics. From news media coverage to consumer video tactics, MediaSource partners with the nation’s top hospitals and corporations to get their message to targeted audiences. MediaSource is best known for delivering brand buzz by amplifying messages across both earned media and company-owned media channels.